Rugby and American football are two completely different games. Americans refer to rugby as rugby, and American football as football.
Rugby to Americans...
Which Version? The US call American football-football and association football-soccer.In the UK we call association football-football,Rugby football-Rugby and American football a girl's game because of all the padding they wear!
As much as 'football' is important to Americans or rugby is to Australians.
Football (Soccer to Americans) and Rugby
As far as I know the Americans play it with a ball like a rugby ball-in fact there are a lot of similarities with American football and rugby
In Trinidad, sports such as cricket, football (only Americans call it soccer) and various British and American sports like rugby, football, etc. But mainly they play "football" and cricket.
The game is actually the same as rugby, because of slightly different rules, but is commonly known as American football.
Spectator sports such as rugby and football (soccer for you Americans)
This depends on where you ask this question and who you ask this question to. Also, are you referring to football like that played in America and Canada, or the football North Americans call soccer? If the latter, then obviously the most popular game is football.
Because we are in the us and American football is played here rugby is a sport most Americans are not used to.
because it is actually called football not soccer. it's the Americans who called it soccer, because they decided to invent their own football, which is more like rugby. And they shouldn't call it football, as they handle the ball (if you can call it that, considering it's not even round) with their hands more than feet. So why not ask the Americans why their version of football is not called a handball or something along these lines? lol
Rugby originated from soccer (football)